Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980, May 27, 1949, Page 15, Image 15

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    Wesleyans Are
Scene of Meet
The West Coast Area Quad
rennial Woman's Missionary
Convention of the Wesleyan
Methodist church will convene
it the local Salem church be
ginning Tuesday evening and
continuing through Thursday
evening, May 31-June 2. The
sessions will open at 9:30 a.m.;
1:30 p.m.; 8:30 p.m. Delegates
will attend from Washington,
Oregon, California and Arizona.
Guest speakers will include the
General President, Mrs. Ruby
Relsdorph, of Houghton, N.Y.;
Rev. E. F. and Mrs. Margaret
McCarty of Seattle, lately re
turned from Africa; Rev. War
ren Pamp-To-Pee of the Sioux
Tribe of Rapid City, S.D.; Mrs.
Marjorie Spencer of California
from South America and Miss
Esther Gulley of Springbrook,
Oregon, missionary from China.
Rev. Warren Pamp - To - Pee
will be guest speaker at the local
Wesleyan Methodist church,
Sunday, May 29 at 11 a.m.; 2:30
p.m.; 7:30 p.m. Rev. Pamp-To-Pee
Is a converted Indian of the
Sioux Tribe. His unique man
ner of presenting the gospel has
called him to travel extensively
over the United States. Every
one is cordially invited to all of
these services.
Rev. Campbell Gives
Last Sermon
Woodburn Rev. Glen Camp
bell, pastor of the Woodburn
Bible Baptist church for the
past past two years, has re
signed his pastorate and will
preach his final sermon Sun
day. Rev. Earl L. Baker of the First
Baptist church of Salem, will
serve as supply pastor and will
lead the prayer meeting and
business meeting of the local
church Wednesday, June 1, at
the Grange hall. His first regu
lar sermon will be Sunday
June 5. There will be no eve
ning service next Sunday on ac
count of baccalaureate services
at the high school.
Thomas Hannah will offici
ate at the morning service at St
Mary's Episcopal church Sun
day. Rev. W. S. Van Meter will
be at Gearhart to conduct
rotreat of the Canterbury club
of Oregon State college.
Safem i (Church
Central Lutheran Oklnc and Worth
Capitol. O. B. Rundstrom. pastor. Sun-
Cay school. 45. Mornlnt worship.
Junior Luther Ltagua. T:M.
lilFM Hrlthls Catataaall Liberty
Koirt at Madron avanut. nav. i t.
Brown, paator. Sunday school. 10. Fttacn-
log at 11. Non denominational.
It. John's Lathrraat 4M. Stated North
16th and A streets. Rev. H. W. Oroaa,
pastor. Mnrntnc services at I and 11.
Sunday school at 10.
reart It reel Christian 11th and Court
streets. W. H. Lvmau. minister. Bible
school trmblr, At. Mornlnt worship
and communion. 10 50. Sermon subject,
Follow Me." Christian Endeavor hour.
. Ivenlni worship. I. Msssaia by
. Mark Er. Lutheran 343 North
Church street. Rev. M. A. Omsndaner,
DD, Rev. J. L. Batllen. pastors. Sunday
school. 9 At. Morning worsnip service,
Luther League, 7.
Leslie Methodist South Commercial at
Myers. O. Wesley Turner, pastor. Sunday
school. 9 At a.m. Morning service. 11. Ser-
lon sublect: "Our source oi Birengin.
Youth Fellowship. T. Evening service, t.
Sermon subject, "Bead Tim and Harvest."
Christian Missionary Alllanee North
th at Oalnea. Herman J. Boh!, pastor.
Sunday school. 45. Morning aervlce. ll.
sermon auojeci: MrmorMii to "
Purchased Our Esteemed Inheritance."
Evening aervlce. 1:10. Quest speaker, D. D.
Handle. Orchestra practice, 30. Young
people's, I ;30. .
Christian I. Lincoln and Doud Bt.
Dan Frtsst, pastor. . . 10 a. m. Services
li a. m.
P. .
. 1 p. m. Evening aarvlses
AaaaaaMr at Oad Second and Lincoln
Pu. Lester Olbaoo, pastor. 8. S. 9:4ft
a, aj. Fraaahmg 11 a. m. and 1:4ft n. m.
f. t. :4f p. m.
Fran hMbedlsH Toung and Oatch Sts.
awi- Beaatsa B. Douglas, pastor. 8. 6.
f:t ft, am. FTwaahlng 11 a. m. and T:4ft
p. m.
Tsajraanars 11PT B. Lincoln St. Arthur
CHMa, paator. f S. I 41 a. m. Worship
ii:n n. m. ana i:a p. m. z. r. g:s p. m.
fara rariarlaa Oarfleld and Third
Wa. Bail . Fentoh. putor. B. B. 0:45
ft. as. Strlna worship 11 a. m. and T:
P. m. T. F. t:J0 p. m.
Chareh af Jeaas Christ af L.D.8.
lo.or. nail. Sunday school, 10 a.
Sacrament masting 11:30.
The Rearranlied Church of Jesus Christ
at Latter Day Saints Corner of Second
and Oarrlera Oeorse Omens, pastor
Church school 10 a. m. Preaching 11 a. m.
ziona Lagua i p. m. Mctura study
p. m.
Bethel Fretbrterlan 3 miles east or
Union school road. Earl K. Fenton. pas
tor. Worship 10 a. m. S. S. 10:49 a. m
Charch af Oad Third and Orant Sts.
Raymond W. Hood. pastor. Church
school 10 a. m. Worship ll a .m. and ft
p. in. i r. p. m.
M. Mary's Mission fEalstaaat) . Lin
coin St. at Cupid's Court William Van
wpter. vicar, cnurcn scnool 10 a.
Worship 11 a. m.
Bible r.aptlsl-Clranfa Hall. Srttlemfer
ana Harrison, oienn B. Campbell, pastor.
e. b. : a. m. worsnip service n a.
and 7:45 p. m. V. P. ft 4ft p. m.
Tinman a el Latheran Harvln N. Chris,
tensen. pastor. Doud and Oswald Sts
Sunday school 19 a. m. Worship service
ii a. m.
Benedictine Sisters
Plan Annual Retreats
Mt. Angel The Benedictine
Sisters are sponsoring two Lay-
women's Retreats again this
summer at the Mt. Angel Wo
men's college. The dates are as
follows: June 9-12 and August
Rev. Father Dennis Marx,
C.S.B. of Mt. Angel Abbev, St.
Benedict, will conduct both the
The retreats open Thursday
evening and will close Sunday
noon. For further information
write to the Benedictine Sisters
retreat secretary, Mt. Angel,
Stoyton Churches
Baptist Ref. Wllllsrd Buekner. pastor
Sunday chool 10 Uornni worship ll
training hour 1 1ft i n Evaolng service
Church ml Chrtsl Ciros Freeman, paa
t BiOle school, 10 a n.; worahlp serv
e. 11. Touih fellowship. 10 p m Eve
ilng worship ft
Church at Christ L M Beld mlnLner
Bible study 10 Mornins worship 11. Kve
nlni aorshlp ft
Met had 1st John Moranss. pastor. Bible
cnool 10 Worship service 11 Youth 11
loaahlp SO Evenlns worship
Aisembly at Oa Rev Mftvln Stock well,
pastor Sunday school 10 Morning serv
ice U Young people's meetina ft 4ft Eva
nlna avangf'Utte aervlce 1 44
Balnt Faul's Episcopal Church and
Chemeketa streets. The Rev. George H.
Swift, B.D.. rector. Holy Communion (In
Chapel). 7:30. Junior enurcn ana
classes, 0:30. Nursery school In parish
house, 11, Prayer service and sermon, 11.
Calvary Baptist South Liberty at East
Miller streets. Rev. Charles Durden. D.
., pastor. Sunday school, 0:45. Morning
service, 11. Observing Displaced Persons
Sunday. Bermon subject: "Can There Bt a
Sprltual Discovery Greater Than Atomic
Energy" The Rev. Gilbert Christian, ax
ecutlvc secretary of the Oregon Council
of Churches will bt guest preacher. Eve
ning service. 7:30. Sermon subject: "Hid
den Treasure." Youth choir rehearsal.
5:30. Four youth fellowship groups, ft. 30.
Patriotic Groups
To Attend Church
The Federated Patriotic So
cieties of Marion County will
Rather for worship at th First
Presbyterian church for the
morning worship Sunday morn
ing at eleven o'clock. This way
announced today by Don Madi
son, president of the organization.
In keeping with the Memo
rial Day theme the partor. Dr.
Chester W. Hamblin, will preach
on the subject, "The Promise
of America". The choir, direct
ed by Virginia Ward Elliott,
will sing "Thou God of All Na
tions" by Lester and "Battle
Hymn of the Republic" by Ring-wald.
Talbat Camnunltv Rev. It. Rogers Ir
In. pastor. Sunday school. 10. Divine
worship. 11. Sermon title: "Cleaving Un
to the Lord." Junior church also meets
11. Young people a hour. 1. Evening
servlca, I. Sermon subject: "Salvation
Made Plain." The ordinance of baptism
be administered at the even lug ser
M albert Memorial Baptist Located one
ille north of the city limits on Highway
BE. Rev. C. E. Brlckwedel, pastor. Sun
day school, 9:4ft. Morning worship. 11.
Message by the pastor. Youth meetings,
6:30. Evening evangelistic aervlce. 1:30.
First Baptist Marlon at Libert streets.
Rev. Lloyd T. Anderson, pastor. Rev. C.
Brlckwedel. assistant pastor. Sunday
srhool, 9:45. Morning worship, 11. "After
All This Is Past," Rev. Lloyd Anderson.
Dedication of Infants and small children
ring morning service. Youth meetings.
6:1B. Evening service, 7:30. Baccalaureate
service of the Salem academy.
Faith Gaspel Tebernaela 130ft North
5th. Rev. Max Wyatt, pastor. Sunday
school. 10. Morning worship, 11. Special
speaker. Booster band. 7:45. Evangelistic
service, a. Kev. Hart ana pariv. services
ail next week except Monday nignt, a.
Church of Jesus Christ af Latter Day
Saints VFW hall. Hood and Church. John
E. Salisbury, bishop. Sunday school.
Priesthood meeting and primary, 11:30.
Evening service, 1:30.
Immaculate t-aneeatlan Calholle Rev
Math lonaa. pastor Sunday services
mauas ft a m. 7:10 am and ftSO am
St. Patrick's Catboll (Lvanst Fatnei
Leander Hchun.tler, pator Winter ached'
ule. 1st, nd and 6th Sundays. mas 10 30
a.m.t Ird and 4ih Sundara mass at ft. 30
Our Lad al Lourdes Jordan) Father
Leander clutcidei pastor Winter sched
ule, IM, 2nd and ftth Sundays tnajw 30
a m.; Ird nd 4th Sunday msjui 10:30 a m
Methodist Ben F. Browning, pastor.
Sunday school 9:4ft a. m. Norman Naegelt.
supt.. clauses for all ages, nursery for
small children. Oeneral worship service.
11, sermon subject: "wnat is tne weaning
of These Stones?" pastor speaking. Nurs
ery maintained during the worship nour.
Evening nour. Harraiaureaie service i
high school auditorium.
Isnmanael Lutheran S. L. Almlle. pas
tor. Sunday srhool. 10 a. m. Divine wor
ship, 11. subject: "Be Not Afraid." Luther
League 7 p. m., discussion: 'Opportun
tles. Unlimited." Baccalaureate service ft
o'clock at high school.
pastor. Sunday school and Bible classes
10 a. m, umne worsnip li. sermon suo-
Ject: "Confessing Christ." Special music.
Baccalaureate sermon Sunday evening ft
o'clock at high school auditorium.
Calvary Lutheran James A. Tofte. pas
tor. Sunday school and Bible class 10 a.
m.. Miss Olga Johnson, supt. Confirmation
service with communion. 11 a. m., special
singing, sermon theme; "Turn to the
First Church af Christ. Scientist Lib
erty and Chemeketa Sts. Sunday school at
it. Morning service at li.- sermon suo
Ject: "Ancient and Modern Nerromanry,
Alias Mesmerism ana nypnoutm, re
nounced." Nursery for children up to
3 years of age provided during the morn
ing service. Evening service at ft. Sermon
subject: "Ancient and Modern Necrom
ancy, Alias Mesmerism and Hypnotism,
Christian and Missionary Alliance Gor
don T. Bratvold. minister. Bundav school,
classes for all as-es. Oscar Satrum. sunt.
Divine worship 11, pastor In charge. Young
People meet 7 p. m. Evening aervlce. spe
cial music, 7:4ft p. m., pastor in charge,
First Christ Ian Church Arthur Charles
Bates, mtnlater. Bible srhool ;4S a. m..
M. B. Ford, supt., assisted by Lynn Neat.
Communion and sermon, topic: "Keeping
Faith." Rev. Bates speaker at the Bac
calaureate service Sunday evening at high
school auditorium.
Portland Rastslde Market
Strawberries sold lor 92 3ft to 12 50 a
crate on the Portland Kasulde Farmer
Wholesale produce market today.
Green onions were 05 to 7ft cent a doi
en bundles.
Radlws aUo brouiht 1ft to 7ft cenU
a dozrn bunch's.
tcttuce sold for 12 00 to till a crate.
Spinach ass 00 to 70 cents a 11 -lb box.
AAparasus sold for 14 50 to 14.71 a, 90-
mostly M rents riteher: top 21 V for few
loads orioles 190. 23n lb butcier built
mod and choice 190-300 lb 21 00-21
110-390 lb. 30 50-31 00: 300-StO lb. IS 75
30.50. few lots 150-400 lb. 19 00-IB 7V
(ood and choice aows under 400 lb 17. SO
10 50 : 415-500 lb. 1ft. 3517. 35; 535-600 lb.
15. 50-18.35.
Salable cattle, 1,000; salable calves 300:
active; slaughter steers and hellers atrona
to 25 cenU rusher; closed at high point
of week: other cattle, Inrludms stockrrs
and feeders, fully steady: two loads choice
1,500 lb. steers 2S 00: scattered loads and
lou good steers, heifers and- mlxd year-
Capilal Journal, Salem, Oregon, Friday, May 27, 1949 15
lints 3 00-37 00: common and medium
aow in as-21.00: c a nner a and cutters
14 00-11 00: medium and good sausaue
bulls 22 00-33 25; common to choice veal
rrs 31 00-20 00: top 39. U0.
Sa.sble slieep 1 000: several small lot
koikI to clioice spring lamb steady st
31' 00-34 Ort to small local killers: not
m rm h old-crop lambs to make a market:
undertone weak: ewe weak at 12 SO, most
ly 12 00. don with heavies 9 00 don:
deck cull bonln- ee with small medium
erst1 end ft on.
ta tmme
Dedication of
Memorial Windows
A special Memorial Day serv
ice will be conducted in the
Firs Evangelical United Breth
ren church, Marion and Sum
mer, Sunday, May 29 at 8 00
p.m. The Ellen Aypinwall Me
morial gift of the Illumination
of the stained glass "Good Shep
herd" window in the chapel, and
the Ina LaFollette Memorial
gift of a Wilcox-Gay tape rec
order, will be dedicated in this
service. The memorial message
will be given by Rev. F .E.
Fisher, long time friend of both
Mrs. Aspinwall and Mrs. LaFol
lette. Special tribute will be
given by Mrs. L. L. Thornton
and Mrs. G. L. Lovell. Both
Mrs. Aspinwall and Mrs. LaFol
lette were pioneer residents in
the Willamette Valley.
The Bible classes being con
ducted by Mr. Norman Olson
of Los Angeles, each Tuesday
nicht at 8 o'clock, will continue
throughout the month of June.
Butler fat i em stive, tuejert
aiate change .rtmlum quality maalmum
to .39 to 1 percent acidity aauvareo m
Portland ftl-64c lb., first quality 59-I2C
b rrond quality 57-60c. Valley routes
and country points te less thap first
Butter Wholesale FOB bulk eubee to
r.holesalr:s grade AA. 93 score. tl93c.
A. 92 score 60-SPic: B, 90 score, 51c lb.,
C. S9 score, 67c lb. Above prices are strict
iv nom:nsI
Cheese Helling price to Portland whole
ale Oregon singles, 38-480 Oregon 9
lb loaf. 4)V501n; triplets We last than
Kits (Te Wholesalers) a grade lara
M-53'iic. A medium, ftl-ftl'ic; grade B
arre. 4?V0r
Portland Dairy Market
Rullcr Price to retailers- Grade Aa
pr.nt.i 89c; AA cartons flic; A prlnu
o; A cartons. t'.C. B prints. ftJc.
Figs Price to retailers: AA targe
trtc. certified A large. 58c : A large
4-55;; A A medium. Me; certified A.
medium 34c: A medium. 53c: cartons c
Cheese Price to retailors: Portiaon
oreou stnttes 40i Su'ic Oregon loal
.b 43.-52'sc; triplet l"a tea than eie
gles Poultry
Live Chickens - No 1 quality POM
plants. No. 1 broilers under 3l lbs 37 -31c
lb., frvers 2'j to 2 lbs.. 29-30c 'b
oa.iers 4 ins nd mer. 30-Jlc lb. fowl
Leghorn under 4 lbs. 24-25C.
lb. 2J-;Br colored lo-vl. all wetrhu, 30
31c; roosters, al) weights, 18-20C
Rabbits -Aerse u srowers lot llv
while fryers, white, 4-5 lbs 2fl-28c lb;
5-8 lbs. 24-26c lb.; colored 2 ceni lower:
old or heavy doe, 13-18c; dressed fryers to
outchers ii Mir old ssr. ones 35 ir
Turkeis t Price quoted are not to the
producer on a dressed wlht oaslsi -(J
ft grade A young toms M Me lb : No
i young hens, nominally 60e
Dressed turkeys ta retailer: Uiade A
oung hen i 70-71c New Yore style, dress
(.1 A grade uuni toms ftl-ftfta
Portland MUce Ma neons
Casrara Rts Dry 2ie lb. green Te lb
Hool Valley coarse and medium grades
tc lb
Mohair 28c lb on 12-month growth.
Hidrs C;iHr.- 38. lb., according to
wenht. kips 18c lb., beef S'i-9'ie lb . bulls
5-c ID country buyers pay 2a leas
'ot Quotations
Vtalnuts Franquettes first qual1t lorn
do, 4 7c, large. 32 7c: medium. 27 2a; sec
ond quality Jumbos. 30 2c arge 2ft 2c;
medium. 26 2c baby 13 2c. nft shel first
quality laree, 29 "c. medium 2a 2e. sec
ond quality large 27. 2p; medium It 7i-
sabv T3 2c.
Filberts - Jumno. 20a lb ; large, lie
nerllum. 18c; small, 13c
Quotations above supplied t North
United Pentecostal 44S Perry street.
Rev. Nathaniel Wilson, pastor. Sunday
school, 9:46. Horning aervlce, 11. Bermon
sublect: "Death sleets Her Conqueror."
Evening service, 7:30. Sermon subject:
"Why Soma People Do Not Believe to
Haranaas Melhdlat Andrew T.aneen-
dorf, pastor. Sunday school. 10, Worship,
xoung people meet, 1:4ft.
the Latter
Halt. Oak
0. Evening
Charch af Jeiaia rhrlst
Day ftalnts (Mermen) K. I
and Mill. Sunday school,
service, T.
Janneen Memorial Seventh Day Advea
tie Summer and Hood. A. J. Oordon.
pastor. A. D. Chllson, assistant. Sabbath
school, 1:30. Morning service. 11. Servlca,
3:30 p.m. Toung Peoples Missionary Volunteers.
Jeaas Name Peateeeelal 117ft Lewis
street. R. V. Slttser, pastor. Sunday
school, 10. Morning worship at 11, Xv
nlng evangelistic servlca, 7:4ft.
Train Center 282 N. Cottage. Sunday
school, 9:45. Evening service, I o'clock,
Tuesday, May 29. Subject: "Prophecy,"
Library, IS noon to 3 p.m.
West Bales Methodist Third and Oerth
streets. O. Leonard Jones, minister.
Church school, 9:4ft. Worship, 11. Youth
Fellowship, 6:30. Young Adult Fellowship,
Instltate of Xellileae Science Salem
Woman's club, 480 North Cottage street.
Rev. William Byron Charles. May 29.
11 a.m.. "How to Overcome Pear." ft
p.m., "Practicing the Presence.'
First Presbyterian Chemeketa at Win
ter. Chester W. Hamblin, pastor. John L.
Ooodenberger. assistant pastor. Church
srhool. 9:4ft. Morning worship. lft:ftft. "The
Promise of America." Sermon by the
pastor. Evening worship. 7:30. "The Hall
of Heroes." Sermon by Mr. Ooodenberger.
West .leaa Methewlrt Third and
Oerth. O. Leonard Jones, paator. Sunday
school, 9:4ft. Morning service, 11. Youth
Fellowship. :30. Young Adult Fellowship,
Knight Memorial Cafiffvegatlanal Louis
White, minister. Nineteenth and Perry
streets. Sunday school, 9:4ft. Morning
worship, li. Sermon, "Last We Forget "
Chureh-tlme nursery. Pilgrim Fellowship
ages 30 Junior high
Oervsls Preabyterlan
pastor. 8. S. 10 a. m.
C. E. 7:30 p. m.
Ernest Tremblay,
Worship 11 a. m..
Math eilst High achool auditorium. Bar-
rp. Pamberton. pastor. Church achool
U m. Worship 11 a. m.
ft. Lake's Cathatle Y. L. MoffenbeW,
pastor. Harrison between 3rd and 4th.
Sunday aarvtces 7 a. m , I 30 a. m. and
19:30 a, an. Afternoon devotions 4 o'clock.
Amity Churches
a allit lraee Wakama
4taw satsowl Win Morning
a. . Towth Petlowshlp 1 b. m
Mac aarvtae.
ovihtp 11
no eve-
Cftnatoa af Cftrtat Wm. T. Morae. mtn
BlbM oohool 10 a. an. Morning or-
Junior meat ina 7 p m.
iple's gneertna; 1 p. m. Bvenlng
tgaev. Bl
l 11
t ewsaff ft
tLklt 11
iOIm 9J I Cftswrak rreeaeail Fail, paa
a. gVapitiy aahoe4 19 a. Morn In t
i ii a. ta. Junior pwiiewanrp p. m.
Penowstotp if a.
ft 7
ft4 Wllllara H. Beaehy.
iday school 9 49 a. ta. Morn-
ii a. as. cnuaretra meeting
Bvantng aervlce ft p. m.
Flrat fThHetlnnit a. ...
ley Strain, minister. Walter Naff, asao
rlaU minister. Church school, 9:4ft Morn
ing worship and eommnnton. 10 50. Ser
. . u" "or" nememDertng." Dud
ley Stra p. Anthem. "Battle Hymn of the
"f"e - t'-Rlngwald. Offertory
B,thor,n. KTnln youth mrftln.,. ,15.
tV.-rS, t, '..' '" ". "A r.Hb (.,.,,.1 t r.ra. R,,
HuiMII U.T.r. pMtor. ftinO.r .chol. in
Mornlnt, ii. Er.nint wonhlp, .
Tkj HM BIM north Cott.,, t D
tr.rt. R.v. Rudalnh WA.b. ...... ....
a.jr irhool at III Mornliii ori(ilo !
1 ,!V ..PV ' P"'hlni on "A Ll.ln, or
topic: 'Tho VI. Ion or th Lord!"
WHtena lf.thi in. ..j .,,, ...
unrt.j Mhool. it. Uornln, Mrrlr, ll
rTlc. 7:30 Warr.n rtmn......
mi Ing tn oil
Conor lIM Chor.k, Jalla, I
Hrr. Mlnliur. Church hlblo oebool. 4.
Cli.i for .11 in
wnnhlp oorvtoo, II a. m.
uooior, All." aoclal aiuilc.
.rrlf. and noaaafa onlRlol
Want Ood."
"Do Wa
Seniors Will Be
Honored Sunday
The following graduating sen
ior. will be honored at the 11
o'clock worship service at First
Baptist church Sunday morn
ing:Misses Mildred Coe, Dorothy
Cook, Darlene Engdahl. Alta
Hadley, Donna Hussey, Wanda
Johnson, Velma Marcum, Dor
othy Pearce, Billy Jean Pierce.
Shirley Pearsall, Zarelda Prnce
Florence Schaefer, Sylvia Spill
man and Barbara Brilling. Mes-
sers. Walter Bradley, Dean Paul
us, Calvin Pearsall, Richard
Sim, Loren Spence, Gary Stark,
Roger Williams and Elvis Dunn.
Immediately following the
morning service, there will be a
dedication service for Infants
and small children. The pastor,
Rev. Lloyd Anderson, will con
duct the complete service.
In Stock, Regardless of Price
This includes co'tuns $3.98 t $5.98. and our better
slax in gabs, s'trutrei und Rivercools from $6.95 to
$9.95; Sizes 10 44.
4954 North River Road
Phone 2-3049
Open 10-7
give$ furs new
Yi 4
You've heard of Hollanderiiina; lliia fur (-.ranting and
rejuvrnalion by Hollander whirls
away dirt, rntores furs to lua-
Iroua Jovclincia,
from prlt to .mint;.
Ask us lo Hollan
drrise your furs
hrn yoo hring
llirin in for aturage.
Journal Want Ads Pay
Portland Grain
Portland. May 27 rjp Wheat future
and cajih train unquoted. whrai bl-dt: Soft white 114; soft
white (excludlna rfx 2.34; white club
2.24: wejttrrn red 2.34.
tlnrd rrd winter: Ordinary 2.24: 10 prr
crnt 3.24; 11 per cent 2,2ft; 12 per cent
Hard white Mart: Ordinary 3.24; 10 Per
cnt 2 24; other unquotrd.
Todav'a car receipts: Wheat 7; barley
2; flour 9; corn 4: oata 4; tnlllfetsl 7.
Portland l.lvlatk
Portland, Ore., Way 27 AIR Weekly live-
Cattle: Friday aalable 100: calvea 3S:
ateady llaht aupply: top medium and low
aood 1360-1280 Iba 2.S 00 to 25.50: heifer
b--fni;- sood cow 20.00: medluma 17.50
lo 18 50; cutter-common 15.00 to 17.00.
Hoax: Friday xalable 25: choice but chert
ab.ent; no aoi early: medium-good iao
310 lb. butchers 32.50; 20-Sl iba. 20.00
to 20 50.
Sheep: Friday salable none: sood 95 b.
ahorn No. 2 pelt lamba 32.50; no other
North Portland livestock market will
ba cloaed Monday.
I. Paal'i Cathalle Father John J
Walsh, pastor. Sunday masaes, I and 10.
week day. I.
Asaenblv mt at Berrel W mt .
tor. Sunday school, :4ft. Dlrln worahlp.
Youns Peonla'a aoclat. S-4R Kr.
Ilt-tle, a.
Cbarek W 0d-
Sunday achool, 1
Evenlnf aervlcs, I
Rsv. E. C Nls. pastor.
1. Worahlp hour, 11.
Fllrrlm nsllneaa Carl
tor. Sunday school, 10.
renins; service, t.
Mansfield, paa
Worship hour.
lerenth Day Adventlit Klder A. n
Chllson. Salem, and Harold Johnson, local
elder In charge. Sabbath achool, Saturday,
0:30. Uornlnt worahlp. II, Saturday.
Bunday evening evanaelMtle service.
Mill Ciry Churches
Preeayterlan Dr. David Perauaon. min
ister. Sunday srhool 10 s. m. Mornlnt;
aervicas 11 o'clock.
Cfaarch at Christ Thomas Courtney. Jr..
paetor. Sunday srhool 0:45 a. m. Mornlnt:
aervlres 11 orlock. Christian Endeavor
: p. m. Evenlnf worahlp 1:20 o'clock.
Caihelle Hev. Mai, pastor,
servlcea t o'clock.
Prea Methodist Rev. Donald Ttlnkla
pastor. Sunday school. 10 a. m. Mornlnt
services 11 o'clock. Evenlnf worship 7:30
Catamanlly Rev. Wayne Watklns. pas
tor Sunday srhool. 10 a. m, Mornlnt
worship 11 o'clock. Evenlnf services 7:46
Hort Evongeliitic
Ever? Nffht 7:45 (Except Mon
day) Divine Hrsllnf Service
Friday Night All Musical Pro
gram Raturda Nlfht.
Revival 9pnsred by Rev. Cleada Bell
f C'alvry Chapel and
Ecv. Mai Wyatt
Faith Tabernacle
Mh and Gatnra
Chlraia Mvesteck
Chicaso. May 27 m U8DA-Salable
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streets. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Divine
worship at 11 a. m. Sermon theme: "Art
Wa Worth the sacrifice."
Christ Latheraa Chareh. State street at
10th. C. R. Srhulta, pastor. Divine wor
ship at I 4ft and 11 o'clock. Sunday achool
at I M a. m.
K.arwad Bible Chareh, 1121 Elm street.
Rev. A. A. Loeaen pastor. A. H. Pad en -rerht.
assistant. Sunday: f 41 a m. Bible
school. 10 5 a. m. mornlnt worship. 0 4ft
p. m. Youth froupa meet, 7 41 p. m. eve
nlnf fospal service.
Jasan La Memorial Melhadlat charch.
North Winter at Jefferson. Louis C. Klr
by, D. D.. pastor. Sunday school t 40 a.
m. Mornlnt service 11 a. m. Sermon sub
lect. Pillars m the Temple of Ood."
Anthem: "Iad Me O Pather. Sole: "I
Shall Hot Paaa Atain This Wav." by Mrs.
Jewell Brlnkley Evenlnf servlca 7 JO p
m. Bermon tubjtrt, "The Scarlet Cord of
Otsre Lvtheeas) Chareh It LO Luther
t. Borten. pastor. Worahtpptnt la Enfle
wood Schoop North Itth and Nebraska
m N. 19th Street, between Center t Chemeketa
Donna Glidden and Her Gospel Harmoneers. Four young
women with musical Instruments and song. Do not miss this
"Glvt fi Water"
Flrrt plrllaallil. Ill u. Cnmmarrlal
arrlta, al H and 1 JO. Rar. Mar.
Mann, ipaakar. HIM In lha ar.nlni
by Un. Edith Srotl.
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Two Worship Services
Every Sunday
8:4!) a. m. 11am
Sunday School 9 50 a m
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